Found February 25, 2012 on
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Alright, the first big day of the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine is done and thanks to the NFL Network we are privy to all the dirty details. I won’t lie, the offensive line/tight end day isn’t my favorite. When I look at offensive linemen, I know that when I played guard I prayed I would never have to run 40 yards on a play, much less with someone timing me. I won’t inundate you with numbers like hand size and 3 cone drill time; everyone is giving you the minutia of pointless numbers. I’m just going to run down in a very general sense what I saw in the day of drills and who if anyone specifically impressed or depressed me.
Offensive line(overall)-This wasn’t a wow group. Matt Kalil and David DeCastro are fabulous prospects, so you didn’t watch them for something new. But after watching this day of fat guys in tight pants I have to say that what I saw were a lot of guys who were pretty fit, almost clones of one another and a lot of sloppy form. I’m fine if Cordy Glenn wants to co...
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Former Stanford offensive guard David DeCastro has been working out at the Athletes' Performance Institute in Phoenix, Arizona in preparation for the NFL Combine and Draft.
INDIANAPOLIS – Stanford’s David DeCastro has solidified his standing as the top guard prospect with a robust performance at his NFL Scouting Combine workout at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Measuring in at 6-foot-4 7/8, 316 pounds with 34-inch arms and a 10-inch hand, DeCastro “displayed body control, strength and power when working against partners in various tandem drills,” according...
Stanford guard David DeCastro isn’t particularly long or fast from a Combine measurable perspective, but word out of Indianapolis is that he turned heads when performing more football-related activities on the field. “From what I was told, he was highly impressive in on-field drills,” said NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock. “Hard to look better…
While all eyes were focused on the two best lineman in the 2012 NFL Draft, USC’s Ryan Kalil and Stanford’s David DeCastro, one Georgia lineman was ready to make his name known. The most recent update to WalterFootball.com (one of the best NFL draft sites online) has the Steelers taking Continue